If you’re a fan of incredible singing and performing, then you will want to be in Halla na Féile on this Saturday, May 27th at 8pm to see the incomparable Mark Leen.
A regular at the INEC and other global events, part of a BBC documentary too, this phenomenal star has wowed crowds at home and abroad.
This is a ticket only event so please pre-purchase your €20 ticket for this unforgettable show from the Sportsfield or Kate Pat’s Bars. Call Mike Moriarty on 087 6927496 for tickets or further information.
You won’t want to miss it!
LC and JC and the Heatwave
We’ve a heatwave on our hands. Well, it’s only natural as the Leaving and Junior Certs are about to start.
Wishing all our young students a calm, stress-free and successful few weeks. There are many roads to your destination. Don’t fret if you feel you haven’t had your finest hour sitting these papers. The LC is only a narrow doorway through which you pass to get to the next exciting chapter of your extraordinary life. You are already a success once you understand that your life and future is yours to create.
Congratulations to our talented LGFA U-12s who won the North Kerry Division 3 final last week against a strong Ballymac side.
These girls are just getting better and better. I’m thinking some of the Kerry Ladies magic is rubbing off on these talented young stars. Well done to all involved. You make us proud.
Senior Football League Division 3
Knock was the venue for the much anticipated encounter between Brosna and Knocknagoshel.
The last time the clubs met was in 2012 so it’s accurate to say there was a lot of chatter in advance of the throw in. It’s was strange to see hefty shoulders and bone crunching tackles between players who have stood shoulder to shoulder in the underage amalgamated team of Knock/Brosna. But perhaps that’s the nature of GAA. It’s all very local and very personal.
The match didn’t fail as a spectacle. The teams were evenly matched in terms of wides and overturns. The game reached critical mass in the final quarter when it was a tit for tat point scoring competition. The low score of 9 points each doesn’t do justice to the intensity and atmosphere shown by one of the biggest crowds for a league game so far this year. Glad to see the old rivalry shows no signs of abatement. Brosna 0 09. Knocknagoshel 0 09.
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